What A/P Crisis?

Konish, Nancy; Gawel, Richard
January 1999
Electronic Design;01/25/99, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p66
Trade Publication
Looks at the effect of the Asian/Pacific financial crisis on the wireless communications industry. Projected number of wireless subscribers worldwide by 2002; Minimal growth in wireless local loop; Technologies that are expected to dominate certain regions of the world.


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